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love. football, a reference to the united states navy, and as you say, a little history. mix that together with two schools four meals apart and you have a unique rivalry featuring a unique prize. diane roberts has the story. >> reporter: they have it. they want it. they don't want to give it back. it is this bell. the prize up for grabs in tonight's bell rivalry game between stewart and falls church high schools. a match-up that dates back 50- plus years. >> don't lose the bell. when i got hired, that was the only thing the principal asked of me. don't lose the bell. >> reporter: the story goes the bell came from the u.s.s. jeb stewart and became the center piece of this decades- old rivalry. the winner gets to keep it all yearlong. these players prarring for a contest that began in 1960 when the falls church assistant principal left to become principal of the newly opened jeb stewart high school and suggested the friendly football competition. >> this is something great tore play for at the end, something to look forward to. >> reporter: falls church junior did he on dupont
that they shut down the rides at the navy pier as a precaution, in fact a flood warning still in effect there through tomorrow afternoon. also tomorrow president obama travels to new jersey to join governor chris christie and sea some of the damage there. now the president is marshaling the forces of the federal government to help everyone hit by sandy and he's telling federal agencies and get the help where it's needed quickly. this afternoon mr. obama visited national headquarters of the red cross here in d.c. and there he thanked the relief agencies for doing their thing and warned sandy is not done with us yet. and similar sentiments from republican presidential nominee mitt romney. he was in debtorring, ohio today helping volunteers collect food and other supplies for families hit by the hurricane. romney said americans always come together in times of crisis. >>> and one week from today one of the two men will be elected the president for the next four years and of course a lot of americans have decided to take advantage of early voting. and today, maryland governor martin o'malle
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